In a manner that is pleasing to hear, as singing.(adverb)
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Use "lyrically" in a sentence
"Mr. Morris grabbed every chance to bend a phrase lyrically, as when, alone in the woods, Siegfried wonders what his mother was like and who his father was."
"I love this song, not only because of the different guys 'voices, but because of the way it lurks slowly along with that druggy piano riff and the electro-drop-bass sound that creeps in - lyrically speaking the song is about trying to find that door, just on the verge of making it."
"He read so lyrically from the the book Inkheart, that several of the book’s wicked characters ended up blinking and cursing on his cottage floor."